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NEWS BVE 2014 Primera P rimera Technology, a leading manufacturer of CD, DVD and Blu-ray Disc Publishers, is part of that community and is presenting its product range of disc publishing and disc duplicating equipment at BVE Some might say using optical discs is old- school since saving data in so-called data clouds is what everyone seems to talk about. But disc publishing and duplicating is an easy and great way to distribute data especially video and audio files and simultaneously have a great marketing effect when discs are printed with one of Primera’s disc burning and printing devices. This year Primera likes to know who still uses optical media for which application and therefore runs a poll asking everyone that visits the Primera booth some simple questions. Among all participants Primera will draw the winner of an iPad mini, so your answers will be worth it! Depending on the needed disc capacity, whether Blu-ray or just CD/DVD support is requested and whether a desktop or industry- grade solution is needed, Primera offers several different models starting with the Disc Publisher SE (DP-SE) a small 20-disc capacity desktop model and ends with the DP-4102 XRP an industrial version that comes in a 18-gauge steel cabinet with locking front door, high-wattage auto-switching commercial power supply and on top of that can be rack- mounted. With built-in high-speed recorders, direct- to-disc printing and fast robotics, Primeras disc printers and publishers automate the process of burning and printing quantities of CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs. The devices are used by a wide variety of organizations including corporate marketing, training videos and tutorials, freelance videographers, event agencies, video production studios, television stations and much more. primera.eu Stand B24 Stand A01 Senna S enna Innovation Factory will exhibit at BVE for the first time showing their innovative DSLR and movie equipment, and will be launching a new product, Lightstation, at the show. Lightstation is the first Total Recall wireless LED light system. The system comprises four LED light panels and a wireless controller which enables the user to set, store and recall different light presets and scenes. There are three different presets available for each of the four different light channels, and one or more LED panels can be set to one channel. The settings include dimmer control and colour temperature. There are also master settings for storing six different light scenes, meaning that you can set and store six different combinations of light presets for the LED panels. Fade speed control between light scenes is adjustable. Strobe and running lights, with adjustable speed are available too. Each LED light panel has 528 LEDs, producing 2000 LUX. www.senna.hr Stand J32 Datavideo A t BVE, Datavideo is launching OBV-2800, a two-piece transportable production system that can be integrated into a small OB van in minutes. Alternatively, it can be wheeled into position at an event to provide live production services or even be installed in a domestic setting to produce fly-on-the-wall documentaries. The system can be configured to produce, record and transmit HD programming with high production values, without the need to call on OB trucks or location units that can take days to install and set up. Also shown at BVE (and supplied complete with headsets and belt packs), ITC-200B delivers intercom and tally functionality to connect the director, production desk and camera crew. In its native form, ITC-200B supports 8 channels; with the addition of the cost-effective ITC-200E, this can be expanded to handle 16 users. www.holdan.co.uk 34 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 86 FEBRUARY 2014